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Benefits of Choosing Metal Panels for Modern Fireplaces: Design Inspiration and Advantages


Benefits of Choosing Metal for Fireplaces

Metal panels are an excellent choice for creating stunning and functional fireplaces. Not only is metal an extremely durable material, but it also has a multitude of benefits. From its long-lasting nature to its sleek and modern appearance, metal has continued to be an extremely popular choice for homeowners looking to stray from the commonly-used materials and opt for something with a little more flair.

Popular Panel Choices for Fireplaces

Flat panels work for fireplaces and mantels extremely well because of their flush appearance and versatility. They create a crisp, clean look that can mimic wood planks while offering the structural integrity of steel. There are three Flat panel options:

Shiplap Wall

Using Shiplap Wall panels gives you the ability to create a seamless look with clean visual lines. Some of the best aspects of this panel is its availability in a variety of reveals, which means you choose how large of a gap is between each panel and you can also create a variegated look.

V Groove

Perfect for those looking to replicate the look of wood or vinyl plank walls with the strength of steel, V Groove panels are an excellent choice for fireplaces. This panel’s flexibility makes it a favorite.

Custom Flats

Customizing your panels gives you the freedom and ability to create your exact vision down to the very last detail. Custom Flat panels also have the advantage of being completely unique to you. From the design to the finish, our team works directly with you to help you create the fireplace you’ve always wanted!

Interior & Exterior Metal Fireplace Design Inspiration

If you’re thinking about creating a durable, long-lasting fireplace with metal panels, check out some of our favorite projects we’ve worked on!

  • Custom metal panels helped create a flush, modern aesthetic in this home. This fireplace used custom flat metal panels in the color Vintage to make a statement-making accent.
  • This unique, one-of-a-kind fireplace uses Truten™ A606 finish to create a weathered and rustic look. By using custom flat metal panels, these homeowners were able to create exactly what they envisioned for their cozy outdoor fireplace.
  • Shiplap Wall panels in a dark finish complement the surrounding light wood walls in a perfect way. Using metal panels is the perfect way to create a fireplace and mantle that will last a lifetime and look amazing while doing so!
  • Metal panels can take your porch or patio to the next level. These custom flat panels blend in seamlessly with the surrounding environment, bringing a classic rustic feel to this home’s exterior.
  • Weathering steel custom flat panels helped give this mantle a unique, rustic look. Easily complementing the classic look of bricks, metal panels brought another layer of texture to this home.
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Metal panels offer a unique and durable solution for both interior and exterior fireplaces. With various styles and finishes available, you can create a fireplace that not only stands the test of time but also enhances the aesthetic appeal of your home. Whether you prefer a sleek modern look or a rustic charm, metal panels provide endless possibilities for your fireplace design.

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